February 24, 2020

Askon company has summarized the results of the15-th competition in 3-D modeling


Over 30 companies represented 61 project in this competition of aces. Rudgormash company has won in two of the top nominations.

The contestants arrived in Moscow to have a look at the latest novelties of COMPAS-3D, to get the honored prizes and to celebrate the 15-th anniversary of the contest.




In nomination “The best application development” came first Rudgormash with the project “Cross arm. From the model to its prime cost”.


- In our project we showed the mechanical treatment in CAE Vertical. We managed to speed up the technological planning of our production – to reduce the number of clicks and combine methods-time measurements with the mechanical treatment design. We minimized the time spent on design tenfold and normalized the rate setting, - told us Sergey Nazarov, the project supervisor.


In nomination “Over 5000 details. Mechanical engineering.” we were the third with the project “Drilling rig SBSH-250MNA-32” designed according to the technical order of Stoilenski GOK– yet another victory of our professionals.


- We have been taking part in this Ace Contest of 3D-modeling for 10 years by now. COMPAS-3D program shows us how a model turns into a product with its technologies, materials and price, how it moves towards the manufacturing grounds. That is the highest reward for an engineer. This year it was a grand competition with serious companies and projects. It’s nice to be among the first three. Among the prizes we brought was the certificate for 129 thousand rubles that gives us the opportunity to purchase licensed ASCON products.


A trip around Moscow international business center “Moscow -City” left a vivid impression. Enormous skyscrapers that are seen from far away float in the clouds.. We visited the OKO tower and the Moscow office of Ascona with the “Glory labyrinth” in it, where Rudgormash was represented among the first prize-winners , our trophies for the last 10 years were also exhibited there, - said Vladimir Glazunov, the Chief engineer.